Monday, July 20, 2009

The Earl Jones Scandal -- News Updates July 20, 2009

Earl Jones, a 67-year-old West Island businessman and grandfather of three, is suspected of defrauding Montreal-area clients of up to $100 million. Photograph by: Courtesy of Bevan Jones, The Gazette

Wife And Daughters Of Earl Jones 'Shocked,' 'Devastated' -- Montreal Gazette

They urge missing financial advisor to come forward.

MONTREAL - Earl Jones's wife Maxine and his daughters Kristine and Kimberly issued a statement to the media Sunday expressing regret for the losses suffered by Jones's clients as a financial advisor:

"We are devastated by what has happened to all who put their trust in Earl Jones as a financial advisor but also as a friend, neighbour and community leader.

"We want to express our profound regret for the pain and suffering that he has caused and state our own sense of deception.

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More News On The Earl Jones Scandal

Missing investor's family offers apology --
Montrealers offer jobs, lodging -- The Montreal Gazette
Jones once tried to build seniors' home, records show -- Montreal Gazette
Family of Earl Jones call on the investment broker to come forward -- Canadian Press

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